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After your comprehensive eye exam and your binocular vision dysfunction specialists identify vision irregularities, they may prescribe you to wear eyeglasses. We’ll then help you choose a frame style that fits your face and suits your lifestyle. And the process  doesn’t stop here. We may also ask you if you want to add lens coating.

We offer several kinds of lens treatments that can help enhance your eyeglasses’ performance, durability, and appearance. Here are some of the most common ones:

Scratch-Resistant Coating

Scratches on your lenses are not only distracting, but they can also compromise your visual clarity and safety. Thankfully, the front and back of your lenses can be treated  with scratch-resistant coating. This clear lens treatment makes your lenses harder, making it more resistant to scratching. Whether you (sometimes) clean your glasses with shirt ends or accidentally drop them from a height, you can be assured they will remain blemish-free.

UV-Protective Lens Treatment

Too much exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause damage that’s beyond skin deep. They can also cause vision problems, such as cataracts, pterygium, and more. This is why your eye doctor may recommend upgrading your eyeglass lenses with UV-protective coating. Just as sunscreen lotions prevent UV light from harming your skin, this lens treatment also blocks the sun’s rays—both UVA and UVB—from compromising your eye health.

Anti-Reflective Coating

Another lens treatment you may find useful is the anti-reflective (AR) coating. This microscopically thin, multilayer lens coating helps reduce reflections coming from the front and back sides of your eyeglass lenses. As a result, glare can also be eliminated, making for your better and more comfortable vision when driving at night, reading books, or using devices.

Anti-Fog Lens Treatment

Nothing’s more frustrating than the weather’s unpredictability. Not only does your body have to adjust to the differing temperatures, but coming in from the cold can also fog up your glasses and make it hard for you to see. With the anti-fog coating, your lenses and your vision can stay clear even as you step in from a cold place to a warm one.

For reliable eye care, turn to I See Vision Care. We provide an array of lenses, TBI concussion and vision management, and more. Call us at (561) 733-9008 or complete our form to schedule an appointment. We serve Boynton Beach and nearby FL areas.

Dr. Erin Sonneberg, OD, received her Doctor of Optometry degree from New England School of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts in 2004. She completed her undergraduate studies at City University of New York, Queens College in 2000, where she graduated with honors in business. Dr. Sonneberg relocated to Boynton Beach, Florida, in 2006, and has been practicing alongside prestigious ophthalmologists in the area since that time.